A video that's purported to be a "leaked" commercial for the highly-anticipated iPhone 5 is making the rounds on Twitter.
According to the video's YouTube description, it was "leaked by an anonymous apple [sic] employee."
While some features, such as the bigger screen, mini dock connector and 4G LTE capability, have a pretty good chance of being included in the new iPhone, it's hard to believe this ad is legitimate.
The clip, which was uploaded to YouTube on Monday, features music, branding and overly detailed specs that seem inconsistent with something Apple would produce.
The iPhone 5, or New iPhone, or whatever it's going to be called, is expected to be announced at an Apple event in San Francisco on Wednesday. If all goes according to plan, the phone is expected to go on sale the following week.
This certainly isn't the first iPhone 5 "commercial" to hit the web. Check out this fantastic parody from last month as well as the concept video from Dakota Adney that went viral over the summer.
What do you think of the video? Let us know in the comments.
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